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Webinar – Save Our Wild Places
Conservation funding opportunities in Australia
Australia is a natural gem. Our land and sea are rich in biodiversity and culture, from the tropical savanna of the top end, wide open spaces of the Central Desert to the tall forests and alpine heath of the south.
But our environment is under increasing pressure on many fronts. Land clearing, development, invasive species and grazing impact our landscape all of which make it less resilient to the effects of climate change.
The good news is, philanthropy is making a difference and there are many more impactful and transformative funding opportunities.
Hear from Dr Fiona Leverington and Dr James Fitzsimons, lead authors of Nationally Significant Conservation Issues and Investment Opportunities in Australia, a report for the Wyss Foundation’s Campaign for Nature.
Professor Brendan Wintle will set the global context by outlining the implications for Australia of recently released UN-backed report on the threat of mass species extinction around the world.
Introduced by Craig Connelly, CEO of the Ian Potter Foundation
Join us for a lunchtime webinar to explore the critical role you can play.
|Date:||Tuesday 20 August|
|Time:||12 noon to 1.30pm|
|RSVP:||Vikki Foord firstname.lastname@example.org|
Philanthropy meets Parliament with Esther Abram (AEGN)
This is Philanthropy Australia’s flagship event of this year, bringing philanthropy and government together to grow understanding of the broader context in which they operate, showcase successful collaboration and encourage more effective engagement.
This year’s event is especially important as it is our first opportunity to engage collectively with the newly re-elected Morrison Government, and includes our Green Giving Manager, Esther Abram, moderating a session on Environment, Climate Change and an Agenda for Action on day 2 from 11.25am to 12.15pm. .
|Date:||Wednesday 18 – Thursday 19 September|